Blind web surfers sue Target for accessibility

  • The NFB, an organization that represents blind people, is suing Target, saying that its Web site is inaccessible to blind Internet users.

    Last month a federal judge in California allowed the NFB's case to proceed, rejecting Target's argument that its Web site wasn't subject to the Americans With Disabilities Act, a 1990 law that requires retailers and other public places to make accommodations for people with disabilities.

    Read the complete story here. (AP via Yahoo)

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